Other Artwork

Even though I’ve been creating pet portraits for the past few years, I do draw other things. 😉

I’ve selected a few of my favorites and included them in the slideshow below. I hope you enjoy!

*To advance each image in the slideshow below, you can either click on each one, or click on the carousel of thumbnails below the featured image.*

Simplicity
Disney VMK Characters
Painted Thy Self
Two Girls & their Bears
My Interpretation of Ray William McCarty's
BioShock's Big Daddy
My Interpretation of R. Brownell McGrew's
My Impression of Tarkay's
My Daughter
Moses
Peace Girl
Petal Tears
Wall-e Tattoo
Butterfly
Landscape
Clown
Silent Tears
Flower Escape
Leaves of Change
My Daughter's Tattoo
Pastel Tears
Mads Mikkelsen
Irises
Blue Girl
colorplayflower
My Interpretation of H. Rogers'
My Interpretation of Jay Scott Pike's
Watercolor Flowers
JM's Fairy House
BioShock's Little Sister Tattoo
Piano
Vibrant
Pink Hibiscus
3Doodler Sculpture
Nail Polish Painted Clown

Simplicity

12-14-16. 8"x10" Watercolors

Better quality image on DeviantArt

Disney VMK Characters

2013. 5" x 7" Colored Pencils & Black/White Acrylic.
Characters from an old Disney MMO game.

"I ordered a drawing of mine and my mom’s
Virtual Magic Kingdom avatars for my mom
for Christmas. This game will always hold a
special place in our hearts and JM captured
them perfectly! It was everything and more
than I could have ever imagined!"

Painted Thy Self

11-26-16. 8"x10" Watercolors

Two Girls & their Bears

'09. 11"x14" Colored Pencils.

My Interpretation of Ray William McCarty's "Reflections"

'90s. 24"x27" Approx. Chalk.

I'll have to see about getting a better photo of this one.

BioShock's Big Daddy

2012. 8"x10" Colored Pencils.

This character is from BioShock, a video game.

My Interpretation of R. Brownell McGrew's "Hosti'in Chischillie"

April, 1987. 18"x20" Charcoal

My Impression of Tarkay's "Fame"

2005. Chalk on Black Paper.

I love Tarkay's creations. The colors are so vibrant and the drawing style so loose... very unlike what I usually do.

My Daughter

2013. Graphite pencils.

My daughter took a self-portrait that I really loved,
so much that I drew it. :)

Moses

'80s. 8"x10" Scratch Board.

Peace Girl

2014. 9"x12" Watercolors.

Petal Tears

16"x20" Watercolors.

This is the third painting in my "Tears" series. Like the last two paintings, there was no reference image. Third in the series.

Wall-e Tattoo

Sharpie Markers.

I drew this tattoo directly on someone's skin.

Butterfly

4-13-15, 11"x14" Watercolors

Better quality image on DeviantArt

Landscape

Late 80's to Early 90's. 8-1/2"x11" Oil Pastels.

Normally I have a reference photo or landscape, still life, or something that I refer to in order to create a painting. I always say I cannot create from my imagination, but I guess in some ways I can. This is just one of a few paintings that are very dear to me, since it was created in my mind.

Clown

'80s. Acrylic on Flat Canvas.

Silent Tears

16"x20" Watercolors.

It's been almost 9 months since my mom passed, and since I've drawn or painted anything. I finally was able to pick up a paintbrush and create something. This first piece of artwork was extremely hard to work on, because I'm missing my biggest supporter... my mom.
I usually draw from a reference image, but this painting had none. She was created inside my mind. She's the first in a series.

Flower Escape

12-6-16. 8"x10" Watercolors

Better quality image on DeviantArt

Leaves of Change

12-13-16. 8"x10" Watercolors

Better quality image on DeviantArt

My Daughter's Tattoo

February, 2013.

I designed this tattoo for my daughter, and she finally had the real thing done. She wanted the tattoo simple and sketchy, and she loves how it turned out.

The camera is for her passion for photography; and the butterflies... it's said that whenever you want to harm yourself, you should draw a butterfly on your body. If you harm yourself, the butterfly dies. If you don't, the butterfly lives and eventually flies away. My daughter's butterflies will never die. <3 It's wonderful to have a tattoo that you love, and even better when it holds a great deal of meaning.

Pastel Tears

16"x20" Watercolors.

This is the second painting I've done in 9 months. Even though my mom is no longer here, I believe she is still supporting me from above. I think that's the only reason I am able to paint without her being here. Like the last painting, there was no reference image. Second in the series.

Mads Mikkelsen

2013. 5"x7" Graphite Pencils.

Irises

Early '80s. Oils on Flat Canvas.

Blue Girl

2014. 9"x12" Watercolors.

This is a painting of my daughter.
Reference photo is a self-portrait that she took of herself. :)

colorplayflower

11-24-16. 8"x10" Watercolors

My Interpretation of H. Rogers' "Spanish Fan"

1990. 18"x20" Chalk.

My Interpretation of Jay Scott Pike's "SS Pin-Up"

2012. 8"x10" Colored Pencils.

Watercolor Flowers

Early '90s. Watercolors.

I did this painting sometime during the early 1990s. Normally I have a reference photo or landscape, still life, or something that I refer to in order to create a painting. I always say I cannot create from my imagination, but I guess in some ways I can. This is just one of a few paintings that are very dear to me, since it was created in my mind. This makes me want to try watercolors again.

JM's Fairy House

7-12-15. Sculpture (5"Wx8L"x6"H), with CelluClay & Acrylics

Better quality image on DeviantArt

BioShock's Little Sister Tattoo

2012. Sharpie Markers.

I drew this character from a video game directly on someone's skin.

Piano

2012. 8"x10" Colored Pencils.

Vibrant

11-27-16. 8"x10" Watercolors

Better quality image on DeviantArt

Pink Hibiscus

2012. 5"x7" Colored Pencils & White Acrylic.

This was drawn from a photo that my daughter took. :)

3Doodler Sculpture

11-19-16. 8"x10" Watercolors

Nail Polish Painted Clown

Late '80s. 5"x7" Nail Polish on Stretched Canvas.

I'll try anything. :D

Simplicity thumbnail
Disney VMK Characters thumbnail
Painted Thy Self thumbnail
Two Girls & their Bears thumbnail
My Interpretation of Ray William McCarty's
BioShock's Big Daddy thumbnail
My Interpretation of R. Brownell McGrew's
My Impression of Tarkay's
My Daughter thumbnail
Moses thumbnail
Peace Girl thumbnail
Petal Tears thumbnail
Wall-e Tattoo thumbnail
Butterfly thumbnail
Landscape thumbnail
Clown thumbnail
Silent Tears thumbnail
Flower Escape thumbnail
Leaves of Change thumbnail
My Daughter's Tattoo thumbnail
Pastel Tears thumbnail
Mads Mikkelsen thumbnail
Irises thumbnail
Blue Girl thumbnail
colorplayflower thumbnail
My Interpretation of H. Rogers'
My Interpretation of Jay Scott Pike's
Watercolor Flowers thumbnail
JM's Fairy House thumbnail
BioShock's Little Sister Tattoo thumbnail
Piano thumbnail
Vibrant thumbnail
Pink Hibiscus  thumbnail
3Doodler Sculpture thumbnail
Nail Polish Painted Clown thumbnail

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